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Randy Travis Struggling With Speech
Randy Travis Struggling With Speech

Nearly a year after suffering a stroke, Randy Travis is still having trouble with his speech.  He is making some progress in his recovery and is able to walk with a cane.  His therapist believes that Randy will recover and could return to the stage in the next few years.

Safety officials had to break up 15 fights at the Luke Bryan concert in Pittsburgh on Saturday.  They responded to at least 150 emergency calls related to the show and 34 people were taken to the hospital.  Tailgating started 9 hours before the show and fans left behind mounds of trash but according to officials it wasn’t as bad as the mess after the Kenny Chesney show last summer.

Miranda Lambert is on the cover of The Ladies Home Journal.  It is the final monthly issue of the magazine that has been around since 1883.  The magazine does plan on releasing special issues quarterly.

Brad Paisley likes to set up field trips for his tour mates.  One of his favorite activities is a trip to the movies.  On a stop in Indianapolis last week, Brad rented out a theater and treated the gang to the movie Godzilla.  He tweeted that Randy Houser was carried out sobbing.

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